About the course
Booking info: 3 hours, £95pp with up to 4 per course
Learning the basics of how to use a power drill is the gateway to being able to fix and hang many things in and around your home. In this course you will learn proper techniques for safely operating a standard power drill, what drill and screw bits to use on all different surfaces and with what rawl plugs and fixings. We’ll also cover impact drivers, SDS drills and rotary drills!
Upon completion of this course, you will have the knowledge and skills necessary to confidently and safely use a power drill for numerous projects.
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“I had tackled some plumbing jobs in the past but did not have a great deal of confidence until I attended the How To plumbing course. It was very well structured and Dave explained all of the basics and some more. It was a mixture of teaching and doing…I successfully plumbed in a kitchen sink!! ”
“Incredible! I have learnt so much with Justin and the team. I feel confident to tackle the jobs and projects I’ve been putting off. Thank you!”
“I started with no prior experience of using a power drill and in just three hours, have, learnt the basic skills required to hang pictures and put up shelves.”
“The tutor was excellent and taught the class in manageable chunks, allowing us to consolidate our skills along the way. I would highly recommend this class and can’t wait to sign up for others!”
“I loved my time at How to Basically this morning. Dave was such a calm and reassuring tutor.
The lesson was the perfect balance between theory and practical and I really do feel more confident that when I get a drill in my hands, I can actually be useful!”
“Incredible! I have learnt so much with Justin and the team. I feel confident to tackle the jobs and projects I’ve been putting off. Thank you!
A huge thank you from me.”
“I got such a buzz from having learnt something new without it feeling difficult.”
“Really great, and I am so chuffed to have learnt how to use a drill; I look forward to trying some other classes.”